Nissan Invitation concept Video
Nissan Invitation concept Video Transcript
Here's an Invitation from Nissan. That's it. It's called the Invitation. It's a new B segment car. That means as small as Americans will ever consider. It'll be going to the market in the European Union first and then maybe to the US as some form of Versa. It's built on that same platform but beyond that, Nissan is saying precious little about performance or power train, though you could bet it would be in the 40 plus MPG club or BDOA these days. Mostly, it points the way toward them giving small, small cars good, good style. Or at least plenty of it.
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